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What Skin Type Are You?

Finding out which skin type you have can be a pain in the butt.Especially if you have to do the research all by yourself.That is why I created this easy quiz to help you learn your skin type in minutes!

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    Which Best Describes Your Pores?
    • A.
      Medium sized all over
      (Correlates to: You have dry skin)
    • B.
      Large and visible all over
      (Correlates to: You have oily skin)
    • C.
      Small and not visible
      (Correlates to: You have normal skin)
    • D.
      Large or medium sized and only visible in T zone
      (Correlates to: You have combination skin)
  • 2.
    What Is Your #1 Skin Concern?
    • A.
      Acne
      (Correlates to: You have oily skin)
    • B.
      Dryness/Hydration
      (Correlates to: You have dry skin)
    • C.
      Oil Control/Pores
      (Correlates to: You have combination skin)
    • D.
      None of the above
      (Correlates to: You have normal skin)
  • 3.
    How Would You Describe Your Skins Shine?
    • A.
      My skin is radiant
      (Correlates to: You have normal skin)
    • B.
      Bright like a diamond
      (Correlates to: You have oily skin)
    • C.
      Dull everywhere
      (Correlates to: You have dry skin)
    • D.
      Only in the T zone
      (Correlates to: You have combination skin)
  • 4.
    What Do You Feel When You Touch Your Skin?
    • A.
      Oily in some places dry in others
      (Correlates to: You have combination skin)
    • B.
      Rough and scaly
      (Correlates to: You have dry skin)
    • C.
      Healthy and smooth
      (Correlates to: You have normal skin)
    • D.
      Slick and greasy
      (Correlates to: You have oily skin)
  • 5.
    What Does Your Skin Need Most In The Afternoons?
    • A.
      Blotting paper or powder all over
      (Correlates to: You have oily skin)
    • B.
      Blotting paper or powder only on your forehead, nose, and/or chin
      (Correlates to: You have combination skin)
    • C.
      MOISTURE!
      (Correlates to: You have dry skin)
    • D.
      None of the above
      (Correlates to: You have normal skin)
  • 6.
    How Does Your Skin Feel After You Wash Your Face?
    • A.
      Clean until the oil soon returns
      (Correlates to: You have oily skin)
    • B.
      Itchy and a bit dry
      (Correlates to: You have dry skin)
    • C.
      Clean, healthy, and even
      (Correlates to: You have normal skin)
    • D.
      Clean in the T zone but dry on the cheeks
      (Correlates to: You have combination skin)
  • 7.
    Which Best Describes Your Skins Relationship With Pimples & Blackheads?
    • A.
      I have more flakiness and tightness than I do pimples and blackheads
      (Correlates to: You have dry skin)
    • B.
      They LOVE me
      (Correlates to: You have oily skin)
    • C.
      Only on my T zone my cheeks are clear as day
      (Correlates to: You have combination skin)
    • D.
      Pimples and blackheads? Never heard of them
      (Correlates to: You have normal skin)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    You have normal skin
    Your have a well-balanced skin that is moisture content. You skin also appears clear, radiant, and healthy (YAY)! Your skins characteristics: Free from blemishes Small pores that are hardly visible Skin tone is clear, even, and smooth Radiant Neither too dry or too oily Good blood circulation Maintenance for normal skin types: Clean your skin regularly, moisturize, and use preventive skin care treatments
  • 2.
    You have dry skin
    Having a dry skin type means your skin is lacking natural moisturizing factors such as sebum. Sebum is oil that builds up the skins protective layer that helps shield your skin from environmental factors (temperature, dirt, humidity, etc). Your skins characteristics: Skin feels tight and brittle Skin lacks elasticity Skin texture feels rough Complexion looks dull and blotchy Prone to redness and/or irritation Barley visible pores Enhanced fine lines and wrinkles Maintenance for dry skin types: Moisturizing is an ESSENTIAL step for dry skin types. Avoid skincare products that have drying ingredients or that will strip skin from sebum. Try avoiding hot showers, central heating, and UV exposure. And try adjusting your skin care routine with the changing of the seasons.
  • 3.
    You have oily skin
    Your skin has an overactive sebaceous gland which produces too much sebum. Sebum is the oil that is the skins protective barrier. This is usually causes from genetics or hormones such as pregnancy, puberty, etc. Your skins characteristics: Pores are large and visible Skin looks thicker and paler Prone to skin issues such as acne Skin appears shiney or greasy Oily skin looks more plump and less aged Maintenance for oily skin types: Wash your face with a gentle cleanser and use skincare products that are noncomedogenic that won't clog your pores.
  • 4.
    You have combination skin
    Your skin is a combination of oily skin and dry skin in different areas of the face. Your skin produces too much sebum in the T-zone. Sebum is the oil that builds up to protect the skin from environmental factors (temperature, dirt, humidity, etc). While your cheeks, mouth, and eyes are lacking sebum. Your skins characteristics: Oily skin centered around your chin, nose, and forehead Prone to acne on the chin, nose, forehead Mouth, eyes, and cheeks may have dry or normal skin Enlarged pores around the chin, nose, and forehead Maintenance for combination skin types: Your skin requires a different skin care regime that treat different regions of the face.